388. Come All You People (Uyai mose)

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Text Information
First Line: Come all you people (Uyai mose)
Title: Come All You People (Uyai mose)
Original Language: Shona
Author: Alexander Gondo (20th cent.)
Transcriber: I-to Loh (1986)
Language: English; Shona
Publication Date: 2013
Topic: Adoration; Gathering; Praise
Tune Information
Composer: Alexander Gondo (20th cent.)
Arranger: John L. Bell (1994)
Key: E Major
Copyright: Arr. © 1994 WGRG, Iona Community (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)

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This short gathering song (based on a text adapted from Psalm 95:6) is a great favorite among children in Zimbabwe, and it is frequently used as a processional song for worship. The choir enters singing, the congregation picks up their excitement, and soon all are singing.

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